Welcome to the KISS Rebreathers website. As you are here, you must be somewhat interested in rebreathers. If you are thinking about buying a rebreather, thank you for considering a KISS.
We know that purchasing a rebreather is a big decision for most divers and we built this website to help aid divers in getting educated in how rebreathers work, and what options are available. We want all divers to make informed purchase decisions. We want you to choose a unit which fits your diving needs, your budget, and where you get the features that you desire in a rebreather. You will, no doubt, be diving this rebreather for many years and we would like you to think about your decision carefully. When analysing the information try to think beyond your upcoming training course and the next few dives. Try and think about the long term benefits or problems you may experience.
In our website you will find our informative brochure which helps you understand some of the questions you should be asking about the rebreathers, and it provides our comments and answers. It also provides descriptions of the rebreathers, boosters and computers.
You will also find our complete price sheets for the rebreathers and all of our parts. Most of the parts are accompanied with a photo to aid in identification.
Come visit us March 28 – 30, 2014 at Beneath the Sea, the largest consumer dive show in the Northeast US. KISS will have on hand all the latest models from from the Classic Explorer and GEM Sidekick to the new ultra-light weight Spirit Lte CCR.
KISS Rebreathers is located in the Fort Smith, Arkansas. They have been building and designing rebreathers since 1995, with the first units being sold in 1998.
The KISS philosophy of keep it simple is applied to all products designed and built by KISS Rebreathers. The most reliable machines are those that are straightforward, easy to use, and easy to repair, regardless of what function they are meant to perform. When designing a machine that is meant to go underwater and that is life support equipment, KISS Rebreathers feels that it is especially important to follow the keep it simple philosophy. It is important to remember that everything eventually fails, and this is certainly true for any product that is taken underwater.
With this mind, the KISS rebreathers were designed to be durable, yet easy to assemble, dive and learn how to use.
KISS Rebreathers is a member of RESA, The Rebreather Education & Safety Association, and works with other industry members who strive to improve safety and education in the rebreather industry.